Nopal has a long tradition in herbal medicine in Mexico. The Indian advanced cultures of the Aztecs appreciated the cactus for its purifying effect.
The use of Nopal has a long history in herbal medicine in Mexico,
in the Indian high culture of the Aztecs, Nopal leaves were valued for their high nutritional content and valuable active ingredients, which still applies today. The Nopal cactus is still a popular food in Mexico. Nopal is known there primarily for its blood-purifying and intestinal purifying effects. No wonder: Nopal is a fibre-rich plant. The secretion production of the cactus stimulates the digestive system.